Long-serving French professor successfully defends PhD

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Long-serving French professor successfully defends PhD

In September, our long-serving part-time professor of French, Karen Spracklin, successfully defended her doctoral thesis in Linguistics at the Université de Moncton. Entitled Outiller l’immersion française pour l’enseignement explicite du vocabulaire, Dr. Spracklin’s thesis research developed and tested a new approach to vocabulary instruction and acquisition among French Immersion students. The linguistic model produced exciting initial […]

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Crandall’s newest professor successfully defends PhD

One of Crandall University’s newest professors successfully defended his PhD dissertation at the end of this summer. Keith Grant, who teaches North American history, completed his doctorate at the University of New Brunswick, with an external examiner from Queen’s University. The dissertation, entitled, “Enthusiasm and Loyalty: Emotions, Religion, and Society in British North America,” was […]

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Tradition of Fall Foliage Day continues in new location

What a beautiful day to spend in the great outdoors! This year’s annual Fall Foliage Day was spent at the Hopewell Rocks, just a 40 minute drive from campus. With over 120 students in attendance, as well as many staff and faculty, this year’s Fall Foliage day was one to remember. With two full buses, […]

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Students Recognized at the Academic Excellence Celebration Dinner

Crandall had a wonderful evening celebrating and recognizing the 2017-2018 Academic Scholarship recipients as well as the students on the 2016-2017 Dean’s List at the annual Academic Excellent Celebration Dinner. This annual dinner aims to recognize the hard work and academic achievement of Crandall students. President Bruce Fawcett started the evening with a warm welcome […]

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Student enjoyed summer employment in the Office of the Prime Minister

Victoria Dempster, a fourth year sociology student, had the opportunity of a lifetime to work alongside our country’s leader. Through The Summer Leadership Program, located in Ottawa, Victoria spent four months working on Parliament Hill. The Summer Leadership Program is a program that runs out of Ottawa and other constituencies all across the country. This […]

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Dr. John Stackhouse speaks at Academic Chapel

Academic Chapel is a bi-annual tradition at Crandall University.  It is held near the beginning of the Fall and Winter semesters as a reminder to the entire university community that all our intellectual work is to be done to the glory of God. Today, Dr. John Stackhouse, Samuel J. Mikolaski Professor of Religious Studies & […]

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Mayor Dawn Arnold Welcomes Entering Students

We were thrilled to welcome Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold to campus this morning for our 2017 Orientation Day kick off! Mayor Arnold gave a warm welcome to our students, inviting them to get involved at Crandall as well as in the great city of Moncton.  We had a full room of entering students who arrived […]

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Crandall Hosts BWA General Secretary-elect

Crandall University was pleased to have had the opportunity recently to welcome the newly elected General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, Dr. Elijah Brown, for a campus visit. Dr. Brown, in one of his first international visits since being elected as the next General Secretary, toured the campus and visited with President Fawcett where […]

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Crandall gives away FREE Res Room

In the spirit of the Canada 150 celebrations, Crandall launched a ‘WIN A FREE RES ROOM’ contest, which ran from May to July, 2017. The contest was open to any accepted first-time in college student who applied to Crandall University for Fall 2017 admittance. When the student completed their academic and on-campus living applications, they […]

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Dr. John Stackhouse appeared on national television in Australia

In July, Dr. John Stackhouse appeared on national television in Australia as a guest on “Q and A,” the leading public affairs program in that country. The hour-long panel discussion ranged from discussion of business ethics and ecological responsibility in coal mining to the rise of Islam and freedom of speech. Professor Stackhouse was consulting […]

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